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The tangential arrow represents the tangential linear velocity (m/min or sfm) at the outer diameter of the cutter, called the "cutting speed", "surface speed", or simply the "speed" by machinists.The arrow colinear with the slot that has been milled represents the linear velocity at which the cutter is advanced laterally (usually mm/min or inch/min for milling; may also be measured as mm/rev or inch/rev). The phrase speeds and feeds or feeds and speeds refers to two separate velocities in machine tool practice, cutting speed and feed rate.They are often considered as a pair because of their combined effect on the cutting process.Each, however, can also be considered and analyzed in its own right.To be able to chat in the chatrooms, unlock hundreds more, and use all the extra functions as the advanced search functions, cam2cam and much more, you need to sign up and create a free account.So sign up now, it is 100% free, it only takes 1 minute, and check out all our adult Chatrooms!Playing with the different scenarios will help you to improve your intuition and gut feel about all sorts of cutting situations.
You can browse the list of naked hot girls who are online or narrow your search by age, location, and status.(typically mm/rev or inch/rev for lathe work; sometimes measured as mm/min or inch/min).Notice that as the tool plunges closer to the workpiece's center, the same spindle speed will yield a decreasing surface (cutting) speed (because each rev represents a smaller circumferential distance, but takes the same amount of time).Most CNC lathes have CSS to counteract that natural decrease, which speeds up the spindle as the tool plunges in. Arrows show the vectors of various velocities collectively known as speeds and feeds.The circular arrow represents the angular velocity of the spindle (rev/min), called the "spindle speed" by machinists.